Meet Our Staff
The Dean of Students Office (DOS) values its diverse student population and tries to meet its students’ needs by providing a variety of services, programs, information, and opportunities. We are a central point of contact for students to resolve issues, further explain the policies and procedures of UNM, and identify resources throughout the campus.
In 2015, the Dean of Students welcomed the Women's Resource Center to its department. This move served to strengthen and streamline advocacy services, with the WRC being one of three confidential reporting sites on campus and co-chairs of UNM's SMART Team (Sexual Misconduct and Assault Response Team). Click HERE to learn more about the WRC's staff and programs.
Administrative Support Staff
Chriselle Martinez - Director, New Student Orientation
Chriselle was born in Los Angeles, California. She will be a three-time Lobo in 2017 when she completes her doctorates at UNM in Educational Counseling. Chriselle knew Student Affairs was her career path when she noticed how much she enjoyed being involved in several student organizations as an undergrad. Outside of work, she loves and enjoys every minute with her two young boys and husband. Her hobbies include Frisbee, rugby, and doing back flips.
Anna Trillo - Student Affairs Specialist, New Student Orientation | Habla Español
Anna grew up in Moriarty, NM. She holds a Bachelor of Business Administration with a concentration in International Business and a Bachelor of Spanish from UNM. She has also earned her MBA with a concentration in organizational behavior at UNM. She is bilingual in Spanish and hopes to learn more languages. Her favorite on campus event is Hanging of the Greens. In her spare time, she enjoys traveling, meeting new people, and loves spending time with her family. Anna has Dream Zone and LGBTQ Safe Zone training.
Anna está disponible para ayudarle en español.
Jeffrey Hernandez - Coordinator, New Student Orientation
Jeffrey Hernandez, known as Jeff, is from Clint, Texas. Jeff is a coordinator for Transfer and Non-Traditional Student Orientation. He received his B.A. in History from New Mexico State University. He was previously a Student Recruiter for the UNM BA/MD Program and President of Pi Kappa Phi. Outside of work, Jeff enjoys going to the gym, BBQing, video games, and attending rodeos. Jeff is a sneaker head and competed in two National Junior Olympic track meets. Go Aggies!
Anna Sanchez is an Albuquerque native and proud lobo. Graduating Summa Cum Laude with a BA in Organizational Communication, Anna has spent several years with UNM as a student, employee, and volunteer. Holding an extensive theatre background, Anna’s passion for the arts has propelled her drive to learn from, assist, and collaborate with those in her community. She strives to bring this passion and energy to her facilitation of The Grey Area as a trainer and advocate. She has served as a volunteer for Agora Crisis Center, Friends for Asia in Thailand, and initiated the 2016/2017 Popejoy Awards Student Technician Program. In her free time, Anna enjoys travel, yoga, art galleries, and attending local theatre.
Nash Jones - Program Coordinator/Trainer, LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center
Nash was born and raised in Albuquerque but spent the last decade away living and working in Portland, OR and Oakland, CA. They graduated with departmental honors from Lewis & Clark College in Portland, OR, with a B.A. in Cultural Anthropology and Sociology. They worked for several years as a community educator, direct service provider, and student development professional in Portland with a focus on LGBTQ equity and justice; Nash coordinated the Queer Resource Center at Portland Community College and the Community Education Project at SMYRC, Portland’s LGBTQ youth resource center. Most recently, Nash worked in San Francisco as a Senior Associate for a strategic communication firm with a focus on Public Health, and as a Learning and Development Specialist with a focus on mental health and peer recovery. They’re excited to be at UNM, in their hometown, contributing their skills and passions to the mission of the LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center and the Office of the Dean of Students. Outside of work, Nash enjoys storytelling, improv, and spending time with their partner and rambunctious dog.
Tina Zuniga - Program Coordinator, LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center
Tina is a Program Coordinator for the LoboRESPECT Advocacy Center and works with students in need of advocacy and support services at UNM, as well as assisting in the marketing efforts of LoboRESPECT. Tina came to Albuquerque after working as an English Language Arts teacher in Northwest New Mexico. Prior to that, she worked in various positions with Student Wellness Initiatives, El Centro de Muchos Colores, and Admissions at Fort Lewis College in Durango, Colorado. She earned her BA from Fort Lewis College in Sociology and Human Services, along with completing a Spanish minor. She is currently pursuing a Masters in Educational Leadership at the University of New Mexico in hopes of continuing her development as a professional in Student Affairs. In her free time, Tina enjoys exploring the southwest, attending concerts, and supporting local food trucks.
Kelly Davis - Student Conduct Officer, Student Rights & Responsibilities
Kelly is the Student Conduct Officer for the Office of Rights and Responsibilities and works with students and visitors who may have violated University conduct codes or policies. She grew up in Chicago, Illinois. She received her BA from the University of Chicago and her J.D. from the University of New Mexico School of Law. After graduating law school in 2013, Kelly completed judicial clerkships in Pago Pago, American Samoa and Kauai, Hawaii before returning to New Mexico. In her free time, she enjoyes traveling, hiking, photography, and spoiling her beagle-Chihuahua mix dog.
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